If you are the Green Bay Packers, now is the time to cover your face.
Kyle Boller dropped 48 points on Green Bay on national television Monday night, passed for 253 yards, three touchdowns, and led the Ravens, who had scored 20 points in a game only one time previously this year, to 24 in the first half.
Sure, it was a statistical abberation. But so are plane crashes.
Remember all the fuss about how the Texans were leading the Reggie Bush first-pick sweepstakes? Well, the Packers (3-11) are very much in the Bush fray, too.
If it's any consolation, I think the Packers, a winning organization, would have a much better idea of what to do with Bush than Houston or any other scrub team chasing the first pick (that includes Cleveland).